A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles last week. A new report says that the drought is unlikely to have a significant economic impact. That could change if the drought drags on, it said.
A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles last week. A new report says that the drought is unlikely to have a significant economic impact. That could change if the drought drags on, it said. Nick Ut The Associated Press
A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles last week. A new report says that the drought is unlikely to have a significant economic impact. That could change if the drought drags on, it said. Nick Ut The Associated Press

Most Sacramento communities get even bigger water cuts under revised mandates

April 18, 2015 09:07 AM